HGIS Bibliography

Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, vol. 46(3), 2013. Special Edition on “Common Ground of History and Geography.”

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“Introduction to the Special Issue on the Common Ground of History and Geography” by Jordi Marti-Henneberg

“The Roman Transport Network: A Precedent for the Integration of the European Mobility” by Cesar Carreras and Pau De Soto

“Mapping Distortions in Time and Space: The French Railway Network 1830-1930” by Thomas Thevenin, Robert Schwartz, and Loiec Sapet

“Railways as a Factor of Change in the Distribution of Population in Spain, 1900-1970” by Xavi Franch, Mateu Morillas-Torne, and Jordi Marti-Henneberg

“The Evolution of Population Distribution on the Iberian Peninsula: A Transnational Approach (1877-2001)” by Luis Espinha da Silveira, Daniel Alves, Marco Painho, Ana Cristina Costa, and Ana Alcantara

“Evolution of the Territorial Coverage of the Railway Network and Its Influence on Population Growth: The Case of England and Wales, 1871-1931” by Eduard Alvarez, Xavi Franch, and Jordi Marti-Henneberg

“A Historical GIS Approach to Studying the Evolution of the Railway and Urban Networks: The Balkans, 1870-2001” by Kaloyan Stanev

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